are going to go for this as they get ready to vote on their own plan. >> that's one of the big questions as the house considers as we speak cut, cap, and balance right now. they're considering it as of this moment. we're watching the vote right now. expecting a vote perhaps within the next hour. it's going to pass very easily in the house. faces a much tougher road in the senate. and, of course, the president has promised to veto it. debate today split right down along party lines. >> you you drastically cut taxes. you ensured a debt. and, in fact, just this spring, you voted for a republican budget that increased the deficit by $8.8 trillion from 14.3 to $23.1 trillion over the next 10 years. but now you don't want to pay for it. >> what's really going on madam speaker and all of the debt discussions in all of the negotiations, is the fact that the minority and its party and the president continued to insist that we raise taxes on the small business people that we need so desperately to begin creating jobs and hiring people again. >> cut cap and balance moves on to the senate next week.